Each year, the Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) sponsors the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), offering $150,000 in prizes to winners.
What does GSEA stand for?
GSEA stands for Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (program of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization)
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We have 6 other meanings of GSEA in our Acronym Attic
- Ground Support Equipment (PGSE) Manual
- Ground Systems Engineering
- Group of Scientific Experts
- Group Study Exchange (Rotary International)
- Grove Scientific and Engineering (Orlando, FL)
- Guest Service Expert (job title)
- Graduate School of Education & Information Studies (UCLA)
- Gender and Social Exclusion Assessment (Nepal)
- Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (bioinformatics)
- Global Sports and Entertainment Agency (New York, NY)
- Graduate Scholars of English Association (various universities)
- Graduate Student Employee Action Coalition
- Greater Stockton Employer Advisory Council (California)
- Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions (Fairfield, CT)
- Graduate School of East Asian Studies (Yamaguchi University; Japan)
- Graduate School of Education, Arts and Sciences (De La Salle University; Manila, Philippines)
- Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Sciences (Naval Post Gradual School - Monterey, CA)
- German School of the East Bay (Oakland, CA)
- Gujarat Secondary Education Board (India)
- General Secretariat of the Executive Council (United Arab Emirates)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Respondents included members of the Entrepreneurs' Organization, a global network that also operates the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards program for college students who own and run businesses while attending a college or university (awarded in November).
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Tesovic, of Vancouver, British Columbia, recently took the top honor at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards competition that drew some 1,500 applicants--all of them college students who run their own businesses.